Update: Classes Online; Lobby Closed

Update: Classes Online; Lobby Closed

March 19, 2020

UPDATE

All classes for Sioux Falls Seminary will remain online indefinitely.  The lobby will also remain closed and all public events are cancelled.  These changes will stay in effect as long as is needed. 

Students will continue to receive correspondence from their professors regarding course information and instructions.  Inquiries for the seminary should be directed to info@sfseminary.edu or to seminary personnel directly by email.

At the present time, Sioux Falls Psychological Services, the counseling center owned and operated by the seminary, remain opens.  In addition to the offering of telemental health, a number of protective measures have been put into practice.  More detailed information can be found on their website at www.offermehope.com.  They will continue to monitor the latest COVID-19 developments and make additional adjustments as needed.    

 


March 13, 2020

Earlier today, South Dakota declared a state of emergency.  The order made by Governor Kristi Noem closes all public schools statewide next week and asks private schools to do the same. 

As a result, effective immediately, Sioux Falls Seminary is closed to the public through March 22.  During this time, all classes are moving online, and all public events are cancelled.  Students will receive correspondence from their professors regarding the move to a fully online format.  Should these changes need to remain in effect for a longer period of time, an additional notice will be sent.   

Inquiries for the seminary may be directed info@sfseminary.edu or by contacting seminary personnel by email.

At the present time, Sioux Falls Psychological Services, the counseling center owned and operated by the seminary, will remain open.

To learn more about the determination that was made earlier this week to move the seminary's annual April Kairos Project gathering and Hiller Lectureship online, click here